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Abstract. Coase, Kaldor, and Baumol represent a pattern of thinking among microeconomists which regards professionalism among organization managers as contributing to efficiency and, therefore, a source of expansion of an organization's size beyond the limits otherwise expected. This paper takes...
Abstract. The problems and contradictions which arise when an economically “poor” region is mandated to remain environmentally “pure“ are examined. The Adirondack region of New York State is such an area, being now protected by the 1972 Adirondack Park Land Use Plan. This limitation on...
Abstract. From the notes of a graduate student, James E. Hagerty, there has survived a record of sorts of what Thorstein Veblen taught at the University of Chicago in 1896–97. It shows that Veblen was working out in the classroom the ideas he presented formally after 1889, particularly the idea...
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